Types of Therapy
Noelle Bevelhymer, M.S., LPC
Speciality: Alcohol Use Anger Management Anxiety Bipolar Disorder Borderline Personality Chronic Relapse Codependency Coping Skills Couples Depression Drug Use Dual Diagnosis Family Grief Mood Disorders Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Personality Disorders Self Esteem Self-Harming Stress Substance Use Suicidal Ideation Trauma and PTSD Women's Issues
Price: Masters ($135/hr)Request Appointment
“Don’t ever discount the wonder of your tears. They can be healing waters and a stream of joy. Sometimes they are the best words that the heart can speak.” – William Paul Young
My goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment for you. My role in therapy is to be with you, to share in your experience and to help you achieve your own resolution and inner peace. Our relationship is built on trust, compassion and understanding all of which are the foundation in developing a successful treatment outcome.
I utilize a collaborative approach to therapy with the emphasis in having my clients develop and implement a solution. I also incorporate evidence based practices to initiate growth and healing including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
I specialize in Women’s issues, Depressive and Anxiety Disorders and trauma. I have experience working with PTSD, loss and grief, eating disorders, self-esteem issues, substance abuse, family conflict and codependency.
Noelle is a dual licensed clinician as a licensed professional counselor in both the states of Florida(#10802) and Texas (#72283). She received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Psychology form the University of Central Florida and her Masters of Science Degree from Florida Atlantic University in Mental Health Counseling. Noelle has over 17 years of experience working in the mental health field. In the past she has worked as a primary mental health therapist at a substance abuse treatment center and has worked as a clinical supervisor for a women’s extended care program in South Florida. Noelle has also been trained in EMDR to treat symptoms associated with PTSD, phobias, loss and grief.
Maria Siqueiros, M.S., LMFT-Associate
Location: Flower Mound
Speciality: ADHD Anger Management Anxiety Behavioral Issues Codependency Coping Skills Couples Depression Divorce Family Grief Individual Infidelity Life Transitions Peer Relationships Premarital School Issues Self Esteem Sleep or Insomnia Stress Suicidal Ideation Trauma and PTSD Women's Issues
Price: Masters ($135/hr)Request Appointment
It is always a privilege and an honor to witness authentic and lasting change in my client’s lives. My priority as a therapist is to create a warm, non-judgemental, and safe environment for clients to process their emotions, relationships and experiences. You’ve made it here, which means you have already taken action for change.
As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, I’ve been trained to walk alongside couples and individuals through the most difficult seasons of life. I use evidence-based practices such as Emotionally Focused Therapy and The Gottman Method to help partners uncover underlying emotions and communicate more effectively for connection, compassion, and caring. Research shows that EFT typically helps 70-75% of couples move from distress to recovery, and over 90% of couples report significant improvement. I am passionate about working with couples and assisting with identifying the deeper roots of their struggles, so that each partner can get what they need and the couple can rebuild from the ground up.
Maria is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (#204415) in Texas supervised by Elise Thompson (#200800) and Jennifer Kendall (#203322). Maria graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and earned her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Texas Woman’s University. Maria is a trained Save Your Marriage Before It Starts (SYMBIS) Facilitator and has completed the Level 1 Gottman Training as well as an EFT Externship. Some of her specialties include working with individuals, couples, premarital counseling, life transitions, depression, anxiety, among others. Maria is bilingual, speaking English and Spanish fluently.
Dr. Alexis Kubiak, Ph.D., LPC
Speciality: Alcohol Use Anger Management Anxiety Behavioral Issues Bipolar Disorder Child or Adolescent Chronic Illness or Pain Codependency Coping Skills Couples Depression Dual Diagnosis Family Grief Individual Infidelity Life Coaching Life Transitions Marital Mood Disorders Parenting Peer Relationships Premarital Racial Identity School Issues Self Esteem Self-Harming Sexual Abuse Stress Transgender Trauma and PTSD Women's Issues
Price: Phd ($165/hr)Request Appointment
I know how hard it can be to desperately want to change your life but be unsure what direction to take. I think we all have a longing to grow and connect. I am a down-to-earth person who thinks that humor, compassion, and connection are some of our most precious gifts. I use a person-centered approach to counseling where I focus on first getting to know you, your struggles, unique perspective and individual strengths. I then use my expertise as a counselor to help you harness those strengths and increase your personal power to reach your goals and have the types of relationships you want. Oftentimes we become mired in the constraints that society (and ourselves) places on us; Forgetting that we are capable of turning thought into reality! With our powers combined, we will be unstoppable!
I have worked with children, individuals (5-90+), families, and groups from all walks of life in different settings (private practice, residential, outpatient, and school) across the United States. I have a wide arrange of experience with various mental health issues including (but not limited to) trauma, family issues, parenting, mood disorders, issues related to aging, sexual behavior problems in adolescents, relationship issues. I also have knowledge of evidence-based techniques through my training in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Centered Treatment, Nurturing Parenting Philosophy, and Accelerated Resolution Therapy. I have a personal and professional background working with military families as well. I am an Army wife of 15 years. I began my career working with military families at Fort Carson Army Community Services. (Go Army!)
Dr. Kubiak is a Licensed Professional Counselor (#88584) who began in the mental health field when she graduated with her M.A. in Community Mental Health Counseling from the University of Colorado in 2011. Previously, she obtained a B.S. in Psychology from Texas A&M University in 2006. After completing her dissertation on Historical Trauma and Resilience in the African American Community, she received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from Adams State University. She teaches master’s level counseling courses as an adjunct for her university. She is a certified Level 2 clinican in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, one of the most widely used and empirically validated treatment methods for couples. Through her clinical work, she strives to increase awareness around mental health to help people across the U.S. lead happier, healthier lives; and to educate the next generation of culturally aware, competent and compassionate counselors.
Dr. Galit Birk, Ph.D., LPC-Associate
Location: Uptown Dallas
Speciality: Alcohol Use Anxiety Career Counseling Codependency Coping Skills Couples Depression Divorce Family Grief Individual Infertility Infidelity Life Coaching Life Transitions Parenting Premarital Self Esteem Stress Substance Use Trauma and PTSD Women's Issues
Price: Phd ($165/hr)Request Appointment
Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly. – Chuang Tzu
Going to therapy is an act of self-care and self-love; a courageous gift we can offer ourselves. Whether you’re experiencing a crisis or looking for that something more, I can help you bridge the gap between where you are today and where you wish to be in your life.
I thrive on cultivating relationships and having deep, meaningful conversations that make a difference for others. I am a stand for people having it all and living a life they love. I believe in our capacity for change should we be willing to embrace the struggle, confront our pasts, heal our wounds, and come to face our truest selves. Only from a place of self-acceptance and love can we truly create the lives we imagine.
I believe that we are all on a lifelong journey of becoming perfectly imperfect, that anything is possible that we are willing to work towards, and that we are all capable of choosing, re-choosing, and creating our preferred futures.
Humanistically-existentially-person-centered trained, I hold a positive view of the human being; one in which he is the expert and change-agent of his life, the focus is forward-focused and together we co-create his reality, bridging the gap between where he is and where he or she wishes to be, integrating more directive approaches as needed to bring about deep, meaningful, and lasting positive change.
I am grateful to be engaging in this delicate and important work of supporting others in their lives; of cultivating meaningful relationships, holding safe space, and helping individuals, couples, and families thrive. You can have the life you imagine, and I am pleased and honored to walk beside you as you journey there. Thank you for trusting me.
Dr. Birk is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate in Texas (#88706) under the supervision of Mary Mayorga, PhD, LPC-S (#18031). She graduated from Saybrook University with a PhD in Psychology, Amberton University with a Master’s in Professional Counseling, and Michigan State University with a Master’s in Human Resources. Dr. Birk has Gottmain Level 1 training and is Prepare/Enrich certified, which is the most widely validated and utilized premarital counseling curriculae in use today. She is also a PCI Certified Parent Coach® with a former private practice in Dallas where she supported families dealing with divorce, fertility issues, learning differences and other parenting challenges, as well as led parent-education seminars and women’s empowerment groups. A former Pastoral Care Director for a local non-profit, Dr. Birk has also worked with grief, loss and end-of-life issues. Dr. Birk is also fluent in Hebrew and is happy to offer therapeutic services in Hebrew.
Michael McVey, LMFT-Associate
Location: Fort Worth
Speciality: Anxiety Chronic Illness or Pain Coping Skills Couples Depression Grief Individual Life Coaching Life Transitions Peer Relationships Self Esteem Sleep or Insomnia Stress
Price: Masters ($135/hr)Request Appointment
When meeting with a couple for a first session, I like to explore four areas of the relationship. First, I ask about your best hopes for our time together. In other words, what are your best possible outcomes for counseling. This helps establish a vision we can agree to work toward. Second, I ask where you are from and what you do for work, fun, hobbies, etc. This helps me get to know you as individuals and introduces me to your strengths. Next, I ask you to tell me the story of how you met. This helps me understand what brought you together to begin with and reminds you what initially attracted you to each other. Finally, I ask you to describe in detail what your future will be like when the vision you’ve described (your best hope or outcome) is achieved. Many couples find this to be a very powerful experience, and sometimes it is all they need. Other times, subsequent sessions are needed to work on making behavioral changes that help minimize conflict and strengthen your sense of love, friendship, and shared purpose. In working with couples, I combine elements of Gottman method couple therapy, solution-focused therapy, parts-work (internal family systems), and CBT (cognitive-behavioral therapy).
When working with individuals, I take a more eclectic approach that draws from a variety personal and professional experiences and trainings. Some people come looking for help with specific problems, such as relief from anxiety, depression, grief, or sleep disturbance, to name a few. Specific problems have specific solutions, and sometimes folks are satisfied quickly, say thank you and move on. Others are looking for something deeper, such as healing long-standing emotional wounds, or resolving existential crises. I enjoy helping clients find deeper meaning and purpose in life. Especially during this particularly wild time in our cultural and social history, when all of us are experiencing rapid, sometimes unpleasant change. I am also passionate about exploring, teaching, and training in areas where western science overlaps with eastern wisdom (mindfulness, meditation, yoga, and non-duality).
Michael received his master of science in marriage and family therapy from Texas Wesleyan University, his master of arts in psychology from American Public University, and his bachelor of arts in psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. He trained in clinical psychology at JPS Health Network, the #1 ranked hospital in the U.S., practicing alongside the medical doctors and psychologists in the largest family medicine training program in the U.S. During his marriage and family therapy practicum at the Community Counseling Center at Texas Wesleyan, he specialized in individual and couple counseling with students and clients from diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. He has Level 2 Training in Gottman Method Couple Therapy and Level 1 Training in Solution Building Couple Therapy. He is a certified yoga instructor and the author of “Emotionally Focused Family Therapy” in Marriage and Family Therapy: A Practice-Oriented Approach, 3rd Edition, edited by Dr. Linda Metcalf. Michael is a licensed marriage and family therapy associate (#204508) in Texas under the supervision of Dr. Mike Bishop (#302).
Dr. Rachel Moore, Ph.D., LMFT
Speciality: Adoption Anger Management Anxiety Behavioral Issues Child or Adolescent Chronic Illness or Pain Coping Skills Couples Depression Divorce Family Grief Individual Infidelity Life Transitions Peer Relationships School Issues Self Esteem Sleep or Insomnia Stress Suicidal Ideation Trauma and PTSD
Price: Phd ($165/hr)Request Appointment
I believe that healthy relationships are key to living a happier and more fulfilling life. However, there’s no denying that relationships are hard, and sometimes even a little bit messy, especially when life throws unexpected obstacles our way. Relationships are complex, whether it be the relationship you have with yourself, or the ones with your parents, siblings, partner, family members, friends, or co-workers. Maybe you are having a hard time being kind to yourself, or you’re feeling overwhelmed, discouraged, or stuck. Perhaps you are feeling disconnected, frustrated, or unappreciated in your relationships. Or you might be on a journey of personal growth or seeking to strengthen your relationships, but you are not sure where to start. I view therapy as a space for clients to seek growth, explore helpful solutions, and cultivate meaningful relationships. I help individuals, couples and families connect with themselves, with others, and with the things that bring purpose to their lives to create lasting change. As a therapist, I believe you are the expert on your life, and I am simply the expert on creating change; we can work together to reach your goals.
My therapy style is collaborative and person-centered, meaning that I strive to meet you wherever you are in your mental health journey. I practice from an integrative perspective and draw from a combination of modalities to best meet your needs and goals. I promote growth by providing a safe, culturally inclusive, and LGBTQ-affirming space for you to feel seen, heard, validated, and empowered to create the change you are seeking.
Dr. Moore is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (#204246) in Texas. She graduated from Southeast Missouri State University with a Bachelor’s in Family Studies, from Purdue University with a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy, and from Saint Louis University with a Ph.D. in Medical Family Therapy. Dr. Moore is EMDR trained for work with trauma and recovery. She has experience working with adults, couples, families, and adolescents from diverse backgrounds who have faced many of life’s challenges, including depression, anxiety, complex trauma, grief, chronic illness, parenting concerns, relationship issues, and more. She also has specialized training in Medical Family Therapy (MedFT) working with patients, their primary care providers, and other medical professionals in the doctor’s office and hospital settings. In her role as a MedFT, she evaluates the mind-body-behavior connection to health management and can provide brief behavioral interventions for clients working through a variety of physical health concerns, chronic illness, and/or disease. She has worked in a variety of other settings including community mental health, higher education, as well as in-home and in-school therapy.